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-- and you forgive them -- babies are chris brown is what i'm trying to say. >> chris brown is in trouble overnight. >> another chris brown deb be acle. >> he jumped frank ocean. >> not to be confused with jumping the shark. >> he jumped frank ocean in a recording studio parking lot here in hollywood. >> john: frank ocean is not a girl. he could kick chris brown's butt. apparently he parked in chris brown's parking space. >> is that what they're calling it now? [ laughter ] >> john: wow i thought after drake, chris brown learned not to get in fights with boys anymore. i can't wait until chris brown gets out of prison and writes his tell-all book. i get a lot of crap on twitter for the chris brown jokes. this guy has no humility. he choke and beat up a woman. he still deserves to be passed around the cellblock like a blunt at the source awards. we had a republican on the line. i want to go to keith in texas who is calling about -- i think immigration is going to be the big story of the week. keith is calling in to think% been what might be the story that affects our lives the most. good mo
on suspicion of invasion of privacy. >>> governor jerry brown said california's budget is balanced and he intends to keep it that way. ktvu's ken pritchett was on the floor for the state of the state address this morning that included a big change for education. >> reporter: this state of the state address was unlike others. there were no calls for deep cuts but that is not to say the governor didn't put forth a challenging agenda. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: governor jerry brown's speech was in a word optimistic. >> california is back. budget is balanced and we are on the move. let's get it done. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: he called to build a rainy day fund and to support major products. and california's high-speed rail. on higher education, money must be saved. >> tuition increases are not the answer. i am not going to let the students become the finance ears. >> reporter: it is the proposal for k-12 that is the biggest change, shifting money to schools with poor students. >> equal treatment for children in unequal situations is not justice. >> the idea of
weapons ban goes nowhere in congress some groups hope members will pass universal brown checks. a move that may be no are politically pal -- palatable. >> as the vice president heads outs of capitol demonstrators are descending on washington. the march for life is one of the largest anti-abortion ever to hit the capitol. it comes the same week as the 40th anniversary of roe v wade. protesters call on the supreme court to overturn the decision even though the federal government will not pay for abortions and republicans have passed 135 restrictions in the last two years. >> now will abortion be available. as the states there are so many restrictions passed. >> a new nbc "wall street journal" poll shows 70% want the decision to remain intact. another controversial topic passes the house in rhode island. a bill to legalize same-sex marriage in the state received overwhelming support thursday but lawmakers say it could be months before the state senate takes up the bill. the bill has failed every time it has been introduced in the senate. if passed rhode island would be the 10th state in t
to his pbs news hour special coverage of today's nailingration. >> i'm jeffrey brown. it's a bright sunny day here in washington. temperatures remain in the 30's. that's a bit warmer than four years ago for the president's first inauguration. that of course saw a record-setting crowd, nearly 2 million people. no one is expecting anything quite like that this time around but still, folks have been finding spaces on the mall tonight since the sun came up. you can see them setting up spots now. we will be covering the entire inaugural ceremony live. and if you're not at your tv you can watch our live stream on our home page at news hour.pbs.org or follow us on twitter. >> this earmarks the 150th anniversary of the man'spation proclamation. you can see bill and hillary clinton on the podium. there are also people there celebrating the election of the first african-american president. president obama is only the 16th sitting chief executive to be returned to office. he is the first president since dwight eisenhower to win two consecutive elections with more than 51% of the popular vote. he won
is so hot you can fry an egg on her face. it is patti ann browne. and he is so funny he sneezes confetti. it is the creator director of thing x.com. and in france he is considered a cheese plate. it is my sidekick, bill schulz. and if hilarity was a bowling ball i would finger him every friday night. you can see him at the american comedy company this san diego, california this friday and saturday. his latest comedy cd is called "no baby for you." and you can't believe a word published by this turd. good to see you, pinch. >>- q. they asked the question, besides torture, what else did "zero dark 30" get wrong? [inaudible] is not a town. and osama bin laden's middle name is not dese nuts. >> i saw it and none of that is not in the movie. >> they say artistic license. there is a sleeve about me. >> a block. the lead. that's the first story. >> sph we have the wherewith all, should we make a knee an deer that will -- a neanderthal? it is a scandal rocking the ivy league. they told a german newspaper, quotes, i can create a neanderthal baby if i can find a willing woman. the story blew up on
all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> welcome back. 5:21 on saturday morning. lisa argen keeping an eye on the weather. what is going on this weekend? >> yesterday you notice how mild it was. >> it was great. >> 65 in half moon bay. >> i was wearing flip-flops in san francisco. >> felt kind of tropical. it was humid and that was from the flow out of the south. today it changes due to an incoming system to the north of us. as we head outside icing foggy along the golden gate bridge but not as foggy around livermore. i will show you those visibilities in a moment. sunrise 7:14. influence the last couple days has been from the south. we had the rain in the east bay and also in the south bay. now this morning we are dry. live doppler 7hd shows that we are look at camera on top of mount saint helena. the system to the north of us will allow for cooler care and gusty northwest winds later on. but right now it's nice out with 52 in san francisco. 51 in oakland. 51 san jose. numbers in our east bay valleys
toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> a five alarm fire friday night in fairfield. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. the our original pepper ballets camille pepper-belly's titter a two-story building a richly built in the 1960's when up in flames. fairfield fire chief police said the fire may have started inside the building. no injuries have been reported and the cause is still under investigation. >> police say that bullying to sthrough social media led to the arrest of one girl and another one was sent to the hospital and oakley. school officials say a 17 year-old girl at oakley freedom high school was attacked by another student just after 11 thursday morning. the victim was airlifted to the hospital with a concussion. a 16 year-old student was arrested a short time later for the attack. officials said the attack began with three messages were sent between the two girls on the social network insight instagram. >> the chief operating officer of one of the highest
i know a lot of people are curious about this. we're told it is a thom browne coat and dress, obviously navy blue. the fabric inspired by a men's silk tie. i will tell you it's not the first time we've seen her wearing this designer. she wore this at the dnc at the convention, as well as the final night of the debate. we're also watching the second couple, vice president joe biden and his wife jill biden, get in their limousine so they can head up in the motorcade to the capitol. you saw president obama and the first lady getting into the beast, the armored presidential limousine. they will ride separately up to the capitol from their daughters sasha and malia, who appear to be riding in this motorcade along with their grandmother, marion robinson, who is the mother, of course, of michelle obama, wolf. >> brianna, stand by for a moment. i want to keep these pictures up if we can, also pictures from the capitol. we are here on the united states capitol. we're awaiting the arrival of the president. should be coming up soon. kate balduan is here, david gergen is here. the day is
institute in 1961. she was good friends with joan brown and jay de feo. shes what an integral part of the art scene in north beach. she was also part of the first argot lin artist's in residence program in 1967 and spent the better part of the '70s deeply devote today community arts and activism. she was part of the founding member of scrap, and she was involved with the neighborhood arts program during its insanction. -- inception. she went on to found the san francisco cultural arts center and she is the first director. i am excited to share with you i'm working with the asian american women artists association and film maker madelein limb to bring you the world of bernice bing, a documentary we're working on now about her life and work and it's going to premiere in june of 2013. thank you so much for this honor. it's long overdue. (applause) (applause) >> good evening. it's an honor to accept this award on behalf of the bernice bing estate. thank you. (applause) ♪ ♪ ♪ >> again, congratulations. now we'd like to make a slight modification in our program this evening and we'
will soon have to have. michelle obama dazzled in a navy blue coat by little known american thom browne. who only learned his design was chosen when he saw it. >> i know she had a lot of other people that she could have chosen from, and to be the one that she chose is one of those amazingly humbling experiences. >> reporter: browne, best known for men's, not lady's wear, could benefit from the first lady's midas touch. >> any time mrs. obama wears one of your designs, a fashion designer ascends. it's a phenomenal career maker. j. crew made that belt and purple gloves she wore with the coat. so rest assured that the phone will be ringing off the hook. style watchers say michelle obama seems so accessible, american women just want to look like her. deborah roberts, abc news, washington. >> that really is an amazing stat, if you think about it. that she could have a $14 million impact on one designer just by wearing the dress. that's how the intensity and exposure is. and jason, after the first inauguration four years ago, he launched into making candles and doing a furniture line. every media
's episcopal church. >> american designer, thom browne, and j. crew and kate spade for the girls. tim gunn has been watching with us. tim, tell us what you've seen so far. >> good morning, diane. good morning, george. i've seen a thrilling, thrilling morning, i have to say. very exciting. and gorgeous clothes. the first lady and the daughters look magnificent. >> tell us about this designer thom browne. i heard this morning that about $14 million in free advertising, every time the president's wife wears a new outfit and the designer is mentioned. >> i'm not surprised to hear that. but i will share with you that i was very surprised to hear that thom browne was the designer. thom browne is very well-known for avant-garde men's wear. i thought, mrs. obama is wearing thom browne. but what a gorgeous coat. >> i know mrs. obama has spoken about the issue of clothes, that she came into this never thinking that much about what she was wearing. realized it was going to be every day of her life, from now on. and it does tell you, as she said at one point, it tells you about all the women in the past.
a list of the of brown-bag common sense in our government. -- we need a little bit of brown-bag common sense in our government. my grandmother and grandfather raised my mother in a farmhouse. they did not have indoor plumbing until my mother went off to a high school. she bought her car with cash, she did not have credit cards. she came out of the great depression and adamant about the fact that he did not spend money you do not have. to me that is one of my brown bag troops. we should not spend money we do not have. it is about the simple concept that you do not spend money you do not have. when you talk to people about it, people do it all the time in their household. small business owners do it to meet payroll. somehow it is some foreign concept in government. we talk about limited government. it is something that ultimately leads to more prosperity and freedom for our people and we should articulate that in a way that is relevant to where people are. i do not think you need to be talking to a conservative, i think most people across this country -- home by home, business by busines
jackson hermela and mo brown jarvis from jack and jill is joining us through slightly. lupe fiasco was invited to perform one of his songs. apparently they didn't like that. here's what he says in the sponge. ♪ limb limbaugh is a racist ♪ glenn beck is a racist ♪ gaza strip was getting bombed ♪ obama didn't say [ bleep ] ♪ >> apparently lupe is not a fan of the president. here is a tweet that the sponsors wrote. disappointed that an artist took an opportunity to use an event celebrating invasion and startups to make political statement. isn't that what the inauguration inauguration is, a political moment. let's get start with whether lupe was right or wrong. hehe repeat the song for 30 or 40 seconds. >> it does not sound like a fun concert, but he was the featured artist. my question is who did they think they were booking. >> all they had to do was google the name and all these articles will come up. >> cenk: our interview would have come up. >> that would have come up. i like--i think he makes some valid points, but his approach is just always wrong. he means well, but
today. marion brown of the twins has turned 86. her twin passed away a few weeks ago. her friend friends are planning a party. they are inviting everybody to help them sing happy birthday to her. >>> fashion retailers cutting costs on photograph shoots by using virtual models. see the picture, it looks very life like. you can tell when which is which? retailers can mix and match their clothing using photographs the company's model image bank. retailers use the technology because it's more cost effective. >>> watch starbucks, after reported stronger than expected sales here in the united states and in asia. shares up about 2% this morning, gained about 2% today. overall revenue jumped about 11%. >> the big sister of the facebook co founder is planning to open a production studio. she said that it the 12,000 square foot office would be located less than a mile from the facebook headquarters. it'll include two stages i control room, green room and audio booth. she ran the marketing market for facebook for six years but left to start zuckerburg media. >> the new movie about steve jobs wil
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designer thom browne. we tracked him down at his hotel in paris. celebrating the moment. >> you can never predict life to happen this way, and i'm so fortunate, so honorsed that she chose mine. >> reporter: the 47-year-old designer choes fabric based on men's silk ties. >> i had an idea that the president would be wearing navy, and i wanted to do something where she would look really good with him. and i chose a dark navy tie, which actually a silk jacquard fabric that i have used in my men's collection. >> reporter: for this designer, this moment represents name recognition. a potential for big business. and largely he has one woman to thank. >> a style icon for me is somebody who has the confidence to be able to be their own person and be the true individual that they are, and i think she definitely will go down in history as that. >> reporter: i am sure style wise that will be her legacy. as for jason wu, he told "women's wear daily," mrs. obama likes to keep her secrets. he surprised me again. she's really good at it. and he said he thought the country was ready to see a confident fir
disastrous yesterday, didn't it? he looked like it's over men -- >> brown people lying around in costumes. >> my political career is over. i like bill o'reilly saying he appealed to emotion. you know why he said it appealed to emotion, because we get in line! >> stephanie: don't block the shot. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: you know why you think that is because the president is an ideologue. >> bernie and i basically are not a -- ideologues. >> he never got the career he wanted at cbs, and now he is on a sports show and he gets to go on bill o'reilly and explain how he is not really an ideologue, but the liberal media is killing your children. >> stephanie: we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show" live with charlie pierce from washington, d.c. ♪ cook what you love and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money as
-long democrat and a fan of yours for years, this fills like where lucy hit a tulle and charlie brown fell. >> how many times did he call for that? >> thank you bill >> bill: pat, good to hear from you. fan base out in los angeles. some day, maybe i will come home to los angeles a back to my roots. all right. when we come back we will bring you up to date on our favorite little sound clip for the week. >> this is "the bill press show." the sweatshirt is nice and all (vo) only on current tv. iq will go way up. (vo) current tv gets the converstion started weekdays at 9am eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. (vo) tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. >> you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. vanguard is all-new with a world premier episode straight from today's headlines. only on current tv. >> this is "the bill press show." >> carl
a tom brown dress. she has a different bells on. j. crew and j. crew shoes. this will go to the national arc kifs immediately after she wears it. she looks absolutely smashing. understated but truly elegant. shepard: she has entered the crypt and come down the stairs. she will be announced as we she walks out. first lady will be followed by the president. let's listen as they make the now traditional walk. this is five inaugurations for me and walking down these stairs every day is challenge for every human who tries it. >> it is not easy. it is dark in there and slippery. this is not the time to have an accident. shepard: certainly not. only a few million, tens of millions of people watching this moment. let's listen, the first lady of the united states about to be announced as she comes in prior to the ceremonial inauguration of her husband for his second term in office. here's the first lady shepard: they're about a minute behind, maybe minute and a half. but the first lady will be announced it is my understanding right now. >> ladies and gentlemen, the first lady of the united states
-bargain on spending cuts, which i know you keep accusing me of being charlie brown running up to the football, but i think with this three-month delay -- >> can you explain that, by the way? >> sure. >> the charlie brown -- how long have you been telling me the president was going to be responsible on saving social security and medicare? >> a long time, but i think his inner tom coburn is going to come out finally here in the next couple months. >> you have just insulted the president of the -- actually, he likes tom a lot, i think. >> the president wants legacy. and not just because of, like, not because of ego, but there's certain things he wants to leave office having done. now is the time, if he wants to do -- if he wants to do gun control and he wants to do a big energy environment bill, i think the only way to do it is to finally get bipartisan muscles working, do some populist things like cut their pay and send them home on passing a budget, get a mini-deal with significant spending cuts, not a grand barga bargain, but significant spending cuts, maybe a reform of the entitlement programs, pas
're not whitening you're yellowing. >> as you get older, i just -- i wear, you know, i just try to wear a brown tie occasionally to match my yellow teeth. i've given up on trying to get them. that's what happens. you'll see. >> coffee every day. no, i'm with you. >> we have a whole portfolio of products, joe, that you might be interested. >> those strips i put them in, i've got to sit there for 20 minutes. and then i tried the dentist and i thought he was killing me. i don't know what he was doing to me with the breeching stuff. >> mouthwash. >> all right. >> so you don't consider your tide pods, that's -- you mention innovation after that. that seems like innovation to me. and i wonder how p&g can continue to innovate. you can take products you've already got and innovate with as evidenced by those tide pods. >> there are tons of degrees of innovation. tide pods is a great example. that item is going to be about half a billion dollars in sales in its first year. it's one brand, in one country, that has a huge future ahead of it. because of the performance. it now has 75% of the unit dose segment f
on the fashion. she is wearing a navy blue tom brown coat. her necklace is by cathy waterman. the shoes are by j. crew. the belt is also from j. crew. other than that, we will have to go online. >> is this one of those things where the designer is released the day? megyn: yes, i think it is. [applause] megyn: she looks spectacular and radio. what a day for the family. as the president said to his daughters yesterday, i did it. we have to be feeling that after these hotly contested election this last year. >> there we see vice president biden. let's just listen to some of us we will take a listen to some of this . [patriotic music playing] megyn: chuck schumer, who is the master of ceremonies make some opening remarks and then there will be an indication by mary evans williams. this is the first time the woman has delivered an invitation in the first time a layperson instead of clergy has done so. this is 50 years after her husband was gunned down at the driveway of his mississippi home. michele obama and her daughters looking very happy. let's take a listen. [patriotic music playing] bret: it th
in your image whether brown, black, or white, male or female, first generation immigrant american or daughter of the american revolution, gay or straight, rich or poor. we pray for your blessing because without it we will only see scarcity in the midst of abundance, but with your blessing we will recognize the abundance of the gifts of this good land with which you have endowed this nation. we pray for your blessing. bless all of us, privileged to be citizens and residents of this nation with a spirit of gratitude and humility that we may become a blessing among the nations of this world. we pray that you will shower with your life-giving spirit the elected leaders of this land, especially barack, our president, and joe, our vice president. fill them with the love of truth and righteousness that they may serve this nation ably and be glad to do your will. endow their hearts with wisdom so that peace my prevail with righteousness, justice with order so that men and women throughout this nation can find with one another the fulfillment of our humanity. we pray that the president, vi
on browned checks. it's -- background checks. it's very hard to say give a gun to anybody. information about who gets guns. crazy people getting guns. scary guns getting in the hands of scary people. i think that's an argument hard for them to oppose. >> i think also high capacity magazines, even though that's a tougher slope. >> harder fight. >> things are changing. i've said this before, i'll say it again, whatever the nra gives the next two years to candidates, outside groups are going to give more. newtown changed everything. >> newtown changed everything. the nra makes mistakes like that a-bo abominable add that focused on the daughters even though it says it didn't. >> the ipad app. >> at the same time, tom ridge, who knows a lot about pennsylvania politics, is in favor of some limits on this. he voted for the gun -- for the assault weapon ban in '94. he was in the house and also running for governor. he says, the nra came after him. he won that governor's race in the republican party, but they really cost him about 10 points, he said. he stood up and voted for the assault weapon ban i
brown tweeting up a storm was actually about lance armstrong. derek said he should have admitted his mistake and moved on but that he fooled everyone, including me, i know, joe, you weren't that fooled. that's what's been going on in davos. we will have more throughout the day and the week. >> you told me -- 3 million people watched. it wasn't even and oprah record. you said everybody in the world was watching that, not true. >>> thought they were. >> he does not go -- >> i was the one that went to watch him win. what do i know? >> ellairian belongs there. he is so davos. walking around there, someone asks him a question, one of his answer, he deserves to be there but he doesn't go. i don't understand. >> he should be. it's a long trip. he likes to fly coach. >> he's in newport beach. why leave newport beach, a good point. >> i'm pretty much with you. >> but you're there. thank thanks. >> we'll check back from andrew. joining us to talk about the tech titan's numbers is ben, and i know you've been predicting this was a downturn, inflection point for the shares of apple. is there anyt
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was the president of brown university. i know that private colleges have a different set of economics to deal with. a think we ask a question this way. is there a real issue of escalating costs and higher education? i believe there is. i have seen that everywhere i go. the difference between a high school degree and a college degree over a lifetime of earnings is well over a million dollars. we have to think about it from the investment side. with the community colleges, which of the front door to the american dream, their cost structures of very low. -- are very low. what we're trying to focus on in our report is, how do we maintain quality and contain costs. that is also for our colleagues in the private sector. many of them are working very hard on that. in this economic tsunami we have been going through, we have been in a massive fund-raising campaign. 2008 we stopped it. we stopped and the diamonds and we're going to focus on what we call students -- it and we said we're going to focus on what we call students, students now. those are the kinds of things we're doing. cost containment on our
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important than her style although i love what she is wearing. the tom brown coats is different from her first inaugural coat and dress. it's a different color. she knows how to signal that she is thinking about the message she is sending to the world and it's not a message of extravagance. >> it is a message that you send. you can't under estimate that. >> not at all. i love that she went to the children's inaugural concert in 2008 and last night she wore michael kors that she wore in 2009. she is definitely saying you can be fabulous with an old dress or old look. you don't have to have new clothes every time you step out. >> that's a relief. >> what message do colors have? he knows i'm a fashion plate. >> when he came in. >> colors convey a mood but the color she wore at the inaugural brunch was festive. it was like a teal color. last night she was elegant, almost jackie kennedy style. she into simple styles for the occasions. she is into music and wears leggings. >> we are going tote next question, please. # >> last time was four years ago. i shop my closet every day.
inauguration morning, when the first lady chose custom thom browne for her coat and dress and j. crew for her accessories. gloves, belt and shoes. >> if i look back to some of the previous first ladies, there hasn't been a level of attention on them but also, there has been zero exposure and zero experimentation. i think she's really broken the mold in terms of what's acceptable. >> reporter: like the belt that was originally a sash. the first lady customized it. malia changed the button on her j. crew coat, making fashion your own. the very definition of style. and style does include hair. >> what do you think? up or down? >> i love her new look. to me she can do no wrong. >> even though the world now knows his name, jason wu is just 30 years old. there's a lot more to do, including his fall collection, which he will unveil to the public in just two weeks in new york. alina cho, cnn, new york. >> i thought the first lady looked great and all of those venues, didn't you? >> i did. i always feel -- i don't feel like she feels the pressure. i just feel like there's always so much pressure on th
, paul brown, a couple days ago said barack obama, he didn't follow the u.s. constitution. he followed the soviet constitution. it doesn't cost republican leaders anything to speak out and say, that is a stupid and offensive remark. it offends swing voters. let's talk about issues that are going to balance the budget, save medicare and get americans back to work. we've got to speak out against the stupidities. bobby says we've got to stop being the stupid party, and you start by disciplining your most stupid members. >> joe, that's right. bobby jindal said last night that the party needs to stop insulting the intelligence of the american people. joe, he's going to use his platform as chairman of the republican governors association, also as one of the most obvious of the 2016 candidates to make these points. he said government needs to be much smaller. he said that we need about half the federal employees we have. we need about 25% of the government buildings we have. my colleague, james holman, called this reagan's new federalism on steroids. but joe, of all the things bobby jindal sa
a better job. we won't ask for increases. but don't block -- >> even jerry brown is saying when it comes to medicaid, he wants a little more power. what you as governor want to have a block grant back to you, and you take control of it instead of washington on medicaid. >> no question. >> that's the question. >> waivers over and over again to do new and creative things slows down the process, there's no question. we were one of the first states to put in a way of handling long-term care for asthmatics, diabetes, et cetera. we had to wait to get a waiver from washington. we should have been able to hit the ground running. >> cms waiver program in tennessee. look what it does. it blocks your legislature from being creative in finding solutions. and what our states, what our governors, are saying is, look, we have the ability to do a better job of finding solutions, in solving these problems on a long-term basis. >> don't you need some sort of baseline or foundation, national standard? so you have to guarantee that the states at least deliver a certain amount -- >> we can still do that. >>
brown and become it is first woman to represent massachusetts in the senate. in the house joseph kennedy represents the fourth district. he is the grandson of us senator robert f. kennedy. >> if we can weigh flt needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> the white house is a pulpit and you ought to take advantage of it. >> obesity in this country is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> i think i just had little antennas up that told me when somebody had their own agenda. >> so much influence in that office, it would be ashame to waste it. >> i think they serve as a window to the past on what was going on with american women. >> she is the only one in the world he can trust. >> many of the women who were first ladies, they were writers, they wrote books. >> they are in many cases more interesting as human beings than their husband if only because they are not first and foremost defined and subsequently limited by political ambition. >> dolly was socially adepartment and politically savvy. >> dolly madison loved every minute of
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